Generally you don't want to give up the best player in a deal. Yadier put up career numbers in an age 29 season last year...you can expect maybe 15/70/.295 from him next year. Honestly, those numbers are good, but not much better than you'll get from either Montero, and the Monteros would be much less expensive.
I'd rather be on the Hamilton side...Lawrie's upside doesn't outweigh how much he already costs and Molina has nowhere to go but down.
If you could make it something more like Hamilton for BJ Upton/Lawrie I would be much more interested (that's probably a tough sell though).viewtopic.php?f=26&t=454478